Part 1 shows the preparation of the stripboard, position of the jumpers and the complete build-up of the electronic components in the order of soldering.

The parts list is as follows:
Stripboard (veroboard) 21 holes x 5 rows
Coloured wire for the jumpers
IC1  TLC551 low voltage 555 timer chip
IC socket 8 pin
PNP transistor 2907
NPN transistor 2222
680pF ceramic capacitor
0,1uF ceramic capacitor (104)
100uF/10V capacitor x2
1/4W 10K resistor
1/4W 300K resistor
on/off switch
AAA battery holder
8ohm 1/5W mini speaker
Copper foil tape
Drawing pin (thumbtack)
Male and ring terminal connectors
Cable ties x2
Insulating tape
AAA battery
2B pencil
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Uhm... Why do many instructables assume the reading audience already know what IT is ?<br>Like Drawdio/Throwie/Yappamajing/Ludicrisotonorama or whatever.<br>Why not write WHAT a Drawdio IS?
Just Google that bad boy.<br>
Because thats what Google is for.
Your list says 10k, but the video shows a 1k. Which one?
I'm sorry, let me rephrase that: are the resistor bands red or orange?
can i substitute a c945 http://www.futurlec.com/Transistors/C945.shtml for the npn 2222?
Very cool video, thank you! I don't suppose you'd be willing to show the artwork for the board, would you? Or at least a schematic? The component layout is only half the matter. <br><br>Also, I'm not sure where the copper tape is supposed to run off of this thing. <br><br>Perhaps I missed a link somewhere?<br>
I do believe you have not seen part 2 of the animation which shows all the external parts and complete build up. Watch it here: https://www.instructables.com/id/Drawdio-on-stripboard-animation-part-2/<br><br>I will upload a PDF which shows the components mounted as a schematic.
Thank you! Y<br><br>ou're absolutely right, I didn't even see there was a part 2.<br><br>Thank you again for your assistance! :)
&nbsp; <strong>Beautifully&nbsp; Beautifully&nbsp; done</strong> <strong>!!!!!</strong>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Wish I had your patience &amp; dedication to doing good work.
Hi. Great job on the animation. I just wanted to know if I can use a lm555 instead of the 551 and just increase the voltage? Or are any other changes needed?<br />
&nbsp;Hi Jakobberry, &nbsp;The reason for the 551 is simply to keep this project as small as possible using a AAA battery as the power source. You can use a 555 without any other changes but of course you must use a different power source.
this is pretty cool, what software did you use to model and animate this?<br />
I use Cinema 4d for all my 3d modeling and animation. It is the easiest to learn and the most intuitive. Take a look at the <a href="http://www.maxon.net/" rel="nofollow">Cinema website</a>&nbsp;and download a demo, then go to my <a href="http://3d4me.wordpress.com/" rel="nofollow">3d blog</a> and download lots of models for free, then simply play with Cinema 4d. Have fun
interesting... I never heard of it before but I'll definetly check this out, thanks!<br />
Is the 680pF capacitor the ones that says 189 in the animation<br />
&nbsp;Yes, the 680pF capacitor is the 189 in the animation. I will eventually put a PDF on my <a href="http://3d4me.wordpress.com/">3d4me blog</a> which will have a complete schematic and parts list, then everything will be clear.
i got to tell ya, this is the first time i have commented on anything here, you put a lot of work into this, and it shows....&nbsp;&nbsp; i need to get back into doing stuff like this... you did a great job, i need to get into this.... i need a solar powered led project.... just 2 lights to light the stairs, got any ideas?&nbsp; <br />
Take a look on my <a href="http://diyfamily.wordpress.com/">diy family blog</a>&nbsp;there you will find a cheap, simple LED night light which looks really great. I know it's not solar powered but you can have them up and running in 20 minutes.
very well done.... informative, and very artistic..... Great job!&nbsp; thank you!<br />
&nbsp;You're welcome, I hope the animation is useful in some way. I had tremendous fun creating it.

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